It took Xiaomi a full two years to improve on the crazy affordable Mi Band 2, but believe it or not, the Mi Band 3 is just as cheap, as well as larger and suited for long, deep swims.
The high-end Xiaomi Mi 8 smartphone is coming later this week with some sort of an Animoji-like feature in tow, alongside a long overdue Mi Band 3 wearable.
This company is known for $20 fitness bands that just work. But it looks like another one is coming on the way with a bigger display.
The Mi Band 2 got a new coat of paint and a new model happily (and stoically) wearing it in promotional materials in India.
The hotly anticipated Xiaomi Mi Band 2 is finally here, it's got an OLED display, it's almost as cheap as its predecessor, and promises to last an eternity.
The redesigned, improved but presumably still extremely affordable Xiaomi Mi Band 2 has under two weeks to go until debuting in Chinese stores.
You heard all about the headline-capturing Xiaomi Mi Max, now it's time to meet the lower-profile iHealth Box and Mi Band 2.
The CEO of Xiaomi-associated Huami told Weibo users that the mass-production process for the Mi Band 2 has driven him crazy.
The upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max is unlikely to feature a front-fitted fingerprint scanner after all, with the Mi Band 2 poised to haul an actual screen.
In addition to a high-end phablet and low-cost but not ultra-low-end fitness tracker, Xiaomi intends to soon roll out a full-on smartwatch as well.
Without beating it around the bush, Xiaomi's own CEO has revealed the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Band 2 fitness tracker with an LCD screen.